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At Bluefors we specialize in cryogen-free dilution refrigerator measurement systems with a strong focus on the quantum computing and information community. Our aim is to deliver the most reliable and easy to operate systems on the market which are of the highest possible quality.
We are here to offer the scientists with the next generation of cryogenic solutions. We have worked together with the community to identify where challenges still exist in quantum computing, and we aim to develop user friendly solutions to those challenges. This also means more reliable measurement setups in general and allowing easy scale-up to more complex setups with minimal maintenance.
Bluefors is dedicated to build easy to operate, one-push-of-a-button cool-down dry dilution refrigerator systems, tailored to the needs of our customers. Our dedication and expertise will make sure that each final product is trouble free with a guaranteed long lifetime.
We continue to work closely together with the community to develop easy-to-use and robust solutions that provide reliable measurements and makes the maintenance of such large measurement infrastructures easy, that are today and tomorrow used in quantum computing.
Our work is dedicated to researchers, so they have more time to work on their own projects, experiments and research.
The side-loading XLDsl Systems are for the most demanding experiments that require large experimental space and superior performance of the cryogen-free dilution refrigerator measurement system. It comes with six side-loading ports which for example can fit up to 32 SMA lines each. The side-loading feature allows the assembly work of wiring onto the installation set flanges to be performed away from the cryostat on a work bench. Consequently, the preparation of a wiring assembly or a full experiment can be performed while the system is running. When the system is warmed up to room temperature, the assembly can be immediately exchanged, greatly reducing the room temperature idle time. This model is ideal for quantum technologies.
High-density wiring is a modular option for the cryogen-free XLDsl dilution refrigerator measurement system that enables a large scale-up of the experimental wiring, especially for high-frequency signals.
We refine our technology even further and make it readily available on an even larger scale. We are here to enable the quantum technology breakthrough, to support scientists and industries to go further, to allow new innovations, and to grow and care for our global community.
To control more qubits there needs to be a new way of thinking about quantum measurement systems, starting with the cryogenic system itself. For this, we are introducing a new cryogenic platform, which we call KIDE [k ɪ d ɛ].
KIDE will play an important role for future research and development of quantum computing. KIDE enables unprecedented expandability and access to meet the requirements of next level quantum computing, and it will enable more cooling power and flexibility than any ultra-low temperature measurement system that has come before.
We also have an application note “The Bluefors Dilution Refrigerator as an Integrated Quantum Measurement System” available on our website. The aim of the application note is to demonstrate a working example of a superconducting qubit within the Bluefors factory to pre-qualify our cryogenic hardware for quantum measurement applications.
To advance industry interaction and commercial collaboration, Bluefors has joined the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C®). The QED-C is an industry-driven consortium managed by SRI International with the mission to enable and grow a robust quantum-based industry and related supply chain.
As a member of QED-C, Bluefors is dedicated to supporting QED-C’s initiatives in the quantum ecosystem necessary to enable technologies, standards, and workforce in the United States.
Learn more about these through the links below.
Our Quantum Applications team is working towards improvements in different components of the Bluefors measurement system. These include the interconnects, filters, diagnostic tools and readouts. You can learn more about their work from the talk Quantum applications in the Bluefors measurement system by Director Quantum Applications Dr Russell E Lake held during APS March Meeting 2022.
Below you have a selection of our Quantum Applications team’s most recent published work. Learn from the blogs what they are about, where you will also find the links to the full articles.
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